A podcast by Matthew Gerrard and Jon Phipps discussing all of the latest news in non-league football around Kent.
Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 170
On this week's show we speak to Dover Athletic manager Andy Hessenthaler on the club's move to part-time football after a tumultuous year or so at Crabble. Plus we speak to Punjab United boss Chipie Sian about the difficulties they've faced, mental wellbeing of players and their tough start to the post-lockdown tournament. Plus we discuss the future of fans at football, the latest TV, Matt's alleged weight gain and lots more besides.
Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 169
Two debutants on the show this week as we continue to dissect all of the happenings across the county. Bromley manager Andy Woodman speaks after suffering his first defeat in charge of the club and discusses his hopes for the future at Hayes Lane. Rusthall boss Jimmy Anderson also chats to us about potential promotion, the work on and off the pitch and looking forward to a big derby game. We discuss Dover's part-time move, Tony Russell's new job and the fixtures for the post-lockdown tournament, plus we talk getaways, the Sheppey Crossing and much more besides.
Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 168
In this week's show, we speak to Chatham Town chairman Kevin Hake, who gives us his view on the promotion situation from the SCEFL and discusses the cup competition being planned for next month - with some very exciting news about that too. We also chat to Ramsgate manager Matt Longhurst about his new role at the club, the 3G pitch and their amazing community work. Plus we discuss the Super League plans, Matt's jab, domestic problems and lots more besides.
Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 167
A packed show for you this week following the news that the FA plan to move on with plans to restructure parts of the non-league pyramid. We speak to Corinthian manager Michael Golding, whose side look set to be promoted to the Isthmian League following the news, and he tells us his hopes and the challenges that await. New Cray Wanderers boss Danny Kedwell tells us why the time was right for him to take on his first managerial role and what we can expect from his side. Deal Town's Steve King reflects on their FA Vase exit and there's lots more besides including vaccines, terrible pictures on social media and a serious question about why technology hasn't sorted out a garden necessity.
Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 166
In this week's show, we speak to Deal Town coach Steve King as his side prepare to play their first game of 2021 when Binfield visit for their much-anticipated FA Vase tie. We also catch up with Sittingbourne manager Darren Blackburn who talks about the club's new academy, his punctuated spell in charge so far and their plans for the rest of the season. Plus we have all the rest of the news from around the county and discuss top knots, beards, interviewing dogs and more besides.
Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 165
After an eventful week in the world of non-league football in Kent, we have a bumper show for you this week. Dover have had their record expunged, been fined £40,000 and had 12 points deducted for next season, and we give our own views on that as well as hearing from Whites chairman Jim Parmenter about why he doesn't accept those sanctions. We also have two managerial changes to discuss - Tony Russell tells us in detail why he has decided the time was right to move on from Cray Wanderers, and we also look at Neil Smith's departure from Bromley, and the news of his replacement. Plus we discuss (and make up) the Broadstairs Bimbos, Line of Duty, Unforgotten and lots more.